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We had a good ol' fashioned New Orleans New Year's Eve at #prohibitionsd! The cocktails were flowing and Lenny "Fuzzy" Rankins had us boogying our way into the new year!
Come by tonight to enjoy the musical stylings of Stoney B Blues!

Prohibition | New Year's Eve 2018

We had a good ol' fashioned New Orleans New Year's Eve at #prohibitionsd! The cocktails were flowing and Lenny "Fuzzy" Rankins had us boogying our way into the new year!Come by tonight to enjoy the musical stylings of Stoney B Blues!

Posted by Prohibition San Diego on Thursday, January 18, 2018

January 17th, 1920 ring a bell? It’s the day the country - as a whole - went dry. But just because alcohol became illegal doesn’t mean people gave up the booze. Around the country, men and women stepped in to fulfill America's demand for alcohol, whether through smuggling it in or distilling their own. These people became known as bootleggers.
So - in honor of National Bootleggers Day - let's take a look at history's 15 most scandalous bootleggers and rum-runners!

**January 17th is also Al Capone's birthday **

Tonight & every Tuesday...Havana Jam at #prohibitionsd is the place to be! Get your Latin Jazz/Afro Cuban jam session on with the San Diego Latin Jazz Collective!

Havana Jam @ Prohibition

Tonight & every Tuesday...Havana Jam at #prohibitionsd is the place to be! Get your Latin Jazz/Afro Cuban jam session on with the San Diego Latin Jazz Collective!

Posted by Prohibition San Diego on Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Born January 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr.’s message rings as true today as it did 60+ years ago.

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Bottoms up! It's going to be an epic Saturday night in the #Gaslamp...you'd better be spending it at #prohibitionsd. Cerissa Mc Queen will be bringing the music that moves you 🎶

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